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April 01, 2021


Alton John

I am so happy to see Burlingame finally get proactive and take the bull by the horns in dealing with sea level rise. Great job!


Love it. Let's put the money to use building a sea wall now.


"Let's put the money to use building a sea wall now."

It's more likely the horned bull cost about $3.5M to be taken. I've heard attorneys are not cheap and well, we know city staff don't work for free. And you have to pay them well past when they stop working.

I'd guess that $3.5M will in the end buy a few hundred feet of rock and concrete, and more consulting fees.

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